strawberry, sweet potato, and mango protein shake

strawberry, sweet potato, and mango protein shake

Sorry y’all, I forgot this post was scheduled so early this morning and it went up without any content. Oops! But I wanted to bring you guys one of my favorite protein shake recipes. My protein shakes are more like smoothies, but they’re yummy and filling, which is perfect since I often use them as a breakfast replacement (honestly it’s the only way I’ll get breakfast anymore).

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11 ways to get strong, long hair in 2018

11 ways to get strong, long hair in 2018

Bad hair days happen to the best of us, but they don’t have to be a daily occurrence. While genetics plays a role in color and texture, there are quite a few things we can still do to manage the health and appearance of our hair. If you’re not a natural Rapunzel, or just want a little help getting your hair to cooperate before your leave for your day in the morning, here are 11 tips that will help add luster and length to your locks.

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6 gut friendly foods for your kitchen

6 gut friendly foods for your kitchen

Improving gut health doesn’t have to be a difficult feat if you keep gut healthy foods in your kitchen. We all know that gut health is important, but many of us don’t realize just how much of an impact the foods we eat play a role in how we feel, think and behave. Before you plan your next shopping list, read more about the foods that can improve your life in more ways than one.

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collagen holiday loaf recipe

collagen holiday loaf recipe

The holidays are such a fun time to bake and eat tons of goodies. And if you haven’t tried Vital Proteins’ new delicious Collagen Creamers, you need to. These diverse creamers can be incorporated into any recipe your heart desires, so naturally a holiday loaf needed to be created.

Gingerbread cookies and loaves are a time-honored tradition for many cultures, including here in America, where the soft-baked loaves are more popular than the stiff variety used to make gingerbread houses. Ginger root was considered by many ancient civilizations as a valuable commodity, as it helped disguise the flavor of preserved food. It has been used in different forms and various tonics to help support digestion and the immune system.

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why you should be using collagen protein

why you should be using collagen protein

Here it is, the post I’ve been building up but have been so nervous to write. I’ve been raving about my collagen protein for months, and now it’s finally time for me to give you my honest review.

The struggle with proteins is never even knowing where to begin. They’re so important for daily nutrition, but they’ve exploded when it comes to supplementation, as well. It can be overwhelming. It doesn’t help that some people will tell you that protein supplementation is worth it, and others will say it’s a waste of money.

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